Divorce and Cryptocurrency
Hiding money from a spouse has been a part of divorce since divorce started, but what happens when it’s crypto? How about art in the form of NFTs? How should you handle these assets in your own divorce? Seth and Pete are joined in this episode by divorce attorney Sandra Radna to discuss how these assets in a divorce are similar and different from other assets.
Sandra M. Radna, Esq. is the owner of Law Offices of Sandra M. Radna, PC., a general practice law firm based in Long Island, New York. With 28 years of experience practicing law, representing divorcees since 1993, Radna founded Law Offices of Sandra M. Radna in 2012 and now leads an incredible team of attorneys. Radna was selected as the top 1% of Family Lawyers by the National Institute of Trial Lawyers, and was also chosen as a Lawyer of Distinction in the areas of Divorce and Family Law as recognized by the New York Times and USA Today.
Sandra has been recognized as a legal thought leader in Business Insider, Fox News, New York Observer, Washington Post, CNBC, Attorney At Law Magazine, The New York Law Journal, Decrypt Media, GOBanking Rates, Refinery 29, Shondaland, Scary Mommy, Ms. Magazine and more discussing crypto as a marital asset, child custody, legal advice, per and post nuptial agreements and more.
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Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.